Prof. A. Iserles
Prof. R. E. Goldstein
Prof. A. Goriely
Prof. T. Lyons
Prof. P. Markowich
Prof. R. MacKay
Prof. S. Osher
Prof. E. Tadmor
About the journal
Transactions of Mathematics and Its Applications is a new fully open access journal covering the entire breadth of applied mathematics.
Transactions of Mathematics and its Applications is a new open access journal from the IMA and Oxford University Press. The journal will cover the entire breadth of applied mathematics and its aspiration is to publish only papers of the highest quality and relevance.
The goal of TrMA is to be the first-ever prime journal in Applied Mathematics, spanning the entire range of the subject. There are many excellent journals covering specific parts of the discipline but none gathering all the different threads together. We believe that there is room for one, and that this will be good for authors and for the Applied Mathematics community as a whole.
Transactions of Mathematics and its Applications is now open to submissions and the article processing charge has been waived for the first three years of publication.
Meet the editors
The Editorial Board is formed out of seven thematic clusters, each led by a world-class expert:
- Mathematics of life: Ray Goldstein (Cambridge)
- Fluid and solid mechanics: Alain Goriely (Oxford)
- Probability and stochastic analysis: Terry Lyons (Oxford)
- Applied analysis: Peter Markowich (Cambridge & KAUST)
- Dynamical, integrable and complex systems: Robert MacKay (Warwick)
- Mathematics of Information: Stanley Osher (UCLA)
- Numerical analysis and scientific computing: Eitan Tadmor (Maryland)
Why open access?
Transactions of Mathematics and its Applications is a Gold Open Access (GOA) journal. This approach has dangers but also benefits. The only valid justification for a GOA journal is one that addresses real and perceived dangers honestly, finds ways and means to allay them and maximises the benefits of this approach. The editors of TrMA share the fears in the mathematical community with regard to GOA. We believe, though, that we have answers, but are always happy and willing to discuss this further with our colleagues.
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